Held in conjunction with the Chicago Region June Sprints
The US Formula 1000 Championship East is pleased to announce an added incentive for the next two races in the form of cash and prizes courtesy of Gridsport and BW Racing.
Drivers that take part in rounds 7 and 8 will now have cash awards in addition to the series prizes to shoot for. The three drivers that score the highest cumulative points over the weekend will split $825, with $400 going to the highest point scorer, $250 to second, and $175 to third.
In addition to the generous cash prize, the driver with the 4th highest point total from race 7 and 8 will receive a $125 product certificate and the 5th highest scorer will receive a $100 certificate, both redeemable at Gridsport.net. Point totals will include the sum of rounds 7 and 8 plus pole position points. If there is a points tie, the driver that finishes highest in round 7 will claim the prize.
Rounds 7 and 8 of the US Formula 1000 Championship East are held in conjunction with the Chicago Region June Sprints at Road America on June 14th through June 16th. To be eligible for prizes, drivers must be registered with the US Formula 1000 Championship East
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About BW Racing
BW Racing is based out of Tampa, FL with Driver/Owner Jason Bell and Team Manager/Driver Coach Bobby Wilson. BW Racing and Grid Sport will be teamed together for the upcoming F1000 Season and Future Seasons as well and look forward to growing with this class. BW Racing is adding a second car for 2014 and will become a two-car team in 2014.
About US Formula 1000 Championship
The US Formula 1000 Championship is comprised of three separate championships within one series run within the SCCA National program. Drivers compete in either the US Formula 1000 East or the US Formula 1000 West Championship. Those drivers are also eligible to compete for the overall US Formula 1000 Championship. US Formula 1000 cars are purpose-built high-performance Formula 1000 race cars and Formula 2000 converted race cars powered by 1000cc motorcycle engines, with top speeds in excess of 150 MPH.